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10 Things That Women Hate About Other Women

Updated on November 6, 2014
How dare she dress so scantily and in front of my boyfriend?
How dare she dress so scantily and in front of my boyfriend? | Source

Women are special

I love women. They are so amazing in every way. They are talented, personable, intelligent, level-headed, and I could go on, but I realize the fact that they are, sadly, human like us guys. And being human sometimes is not a good thing. But it’s the only game in town, so that’s as far with that as I care to go.

To you men who do not know that much about the lovely females on our earth, let me tell you one thing about these women, the “Crown of Creation,” who God created: Women can, will, and do hate “some” of the things that other females do. It’s not just us guys who “push their buttons.”

Doe she actually have to look good even in those rags?
Doe she actually have to look good even in those rags?

Women have more self-control than us guys

Women are much-smoother and slyer than us guys when it comes to coping with “these” types of women who bring out the hatred in them. If it were us guys, we would “show-out,” as my mother used to say, and let the other aggravating dude have it with angry words and sometimes, if pushed far enough, our fists. Either way, we end-up looking stupid and many times a “laughing stock.”

I am here today (or tonight), to share some “dynamite” information that I promise, you may not believe. And I am talking to the unlearned guys who follow me and do not follow me. It is time that you learned these . . .

10 Things That Women Hate About Other Women

WIFE: Helll--o! I can hear you
WIFE: Helll--o! I can hear you
Really?
Really?
She just had to wear that top
She just had to wear that top
Insane jealousy is when a wife phones one of her female friends at 2 a.m. to ask what her husband said about her shoes at a party the night before
Insane jealousy is when a wife phones one of her female friends at 2 a.m. to ask what her husband said about her shoes at a party the night before
Sophia Loren exhibits jealousy at Jayne Mansfield's beauty
Sophia Loren exhibits jealousy at Jayne Mansfield's beauty
How can she look that good?
How can she look that good?

THE “BFF ROUTINE” --- works like this: One girl swears to “be there,” through thick and thin with her girlfriend from college, but one day, this girlfriend is crushed due to another girl trying to “move in” on her man. Turns out, it was her all of the time. I guess that “this” maneuver is “the” most-hated thing one girl can do to another girl.

“TRUTH GOSSIPING” --- out of sheer jealousy, one girl secretly seethes with jealousy toward another girl because she has the best-looking body, car, and boyfriend. Then she spreads the other girl’s character flaws and shortcomings all-over town, and tells them in such a “truthful” way that she will never be seen as a good friend.

OVERLY-COMPETITIVE --- in some friendships among girls, does not work. One girl gets a new dress. Then her friend shows-up at a party wearing the same dress, but accessorized with a string of expensive pearls. And so it goes. It might be cool if the competitive girl were to ask if she could wear a dress like her friend, out of respect for their friendship, but to “just do it,” like a Nike commercial, that is not appreciated.

INFORMATION THEFT --- it seems bad, and it is bad. One girl wears such a smiling face to the other girl who is “really” a good friend, but during innocent conversations, she takes things completely out of context and just has to tell these things all over town and soon, her good friend is the scourge of that city. Not her.

THIRD-PERSON JEALOUSY --- especially when one of three girls who are out on a road trip gets jealous of the other two girls and how close they are. This is not good. And women cannot tolerate much of this childish behavior from another girl.

“DAREDEVIL FLIRTING” --- with one girl’s guy in front of the girl who is really her friend is one of the lowest things one girl can do to the other especially when she can blame the guy for being the one who came on to her.

VERBAL AXING --- is one tool that an insecure girl always does when she is around a lot of people who obviously have a lot of love for her friend who is allowing her to live with her until she can “get on her feet.” The insecure female will use certain “innocent” remarks to build herself up while cutting her girlfriend down. Example: “Jan has gained a few pounds, but it doesn’t hurt her mature looks.”

"THE “INNOCENT ACT” --- this one girl goes behind her girlfriend’s back and completely assaults her character and name, but when the other girl catches her in the act, she puts on such an act that she could easily win an Oscar.

USING ONE GIRL --- and her friends for personal gain and popularity is grounds for “bad blood,” among girls who are friends. One girl can’t help being less popular than one girl, but she cannot deal with her own failures, so she begins to build up her life “on the shoulders” of her girlfriend by telling one lie after the other and before you know it, she has stolen every friend the first girl had.

TAKING UNDUE CREDIT --- at work or other places for work that she didn’t do, but her girlfriend did do all of the manual labor and “leg work,” to get a project finished before the deadline. A strong, mature-minded girl might take some of this stupidity, but not that much. And when her “fuse is lit,” lying, underhanded girl, you can run or take cover. You will do one or the other.

Coming Very Soon . . .”A Personal Tribute to The “Wally’s” in Our Lives”

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    • kenneth avery profile imageAUTHOR

      Kenneth Avery 

      3 years ago from Hamilton, Alabama

      shanmarie,

      Yes, it surely does. I never dreamed of this hub being like Mean Girls.

      Thank you so much.

      And love you too.

      Merry CHRISTmas.

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      Kenneth Avery 

      3 years ago from Hamilton, Alabama

      You are Welcome,

      Dear Kiss and Tales. Youe to are Very Appreciated by Yours Truly for being able to make me smile even when I am down and out.

      Love, Me.

      Merry CHRISTmas.

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      Kiss andTales 

      3 years ago

      Thank you Kenneth Avery you are very much appreciated for your wonderful mind and sharing it through your hubs !

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      Shannon Henry 

      3 years ago from Texas

      Haha. Reminds me of those teen girl drama movies such as Mean Girls.

    • kenneth avery profile imageAUTHOR

      Kenneth Avery 

      3 years ago from Hamilton, Alabama

      Gypsy Rose Lee,

      Thank you, my friend, for your kind remarks.

      I appreciate YOU very much.

      Have a peaceful night.

    • kenneth avery profile imageAUTHOR

      Kenneth Avery 

      3 years ago from Hamilton, Alabama

      Faith Reaper,

      You really cheered me up with your comment. Thanks so much.

      God bless you.

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      Gypsy Rose Lee 

      3 years ago from Riga, Latvia

      Another interesting, amusing and well thought out hub. Passing this on.

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      Victor W. Kwok 

      3 years ago from Hawaii

      Now this is a hub that the world should know about. Great hub, Kenneth!

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      Kenneth Avery 

      3 years ago

      Dear KissandTales,

      I agree with your comment about a calm answer and jealousy. Jealousy is a poision, a silent poison that eats-away at man and woman. I have heard of many people who suffered with jealousy for years without talking about it or sharing their problem with someone qualified to help them.

      I admire your answer, KissandTales. God bless you.

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      Kenneth Avery 

      3 years ago

      DashingScorpio,

      Thank you for your intersting comments. I did enjoy them to the point of reading with awe at your distinctions and explanations about women and how they compete with each other.

      Be sure to come back anytime you like.

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      Kenneth Avery 

      3 years ago

      EmmyBoy,

      Women ARE very special and fun to try and figure out and although we guys fail miserably at doing that.

      I could not imagine myh life without women friends and family.

      God bless you for your comment.

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      Kenneth Avery 

      3 years ago

      BlossomSB,

      Thank you so much. I appreciate your input.

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      Kenneth Avery 

      3 years ago

      Faith Reaper,

      Thanks so much, my dear friend. You are such a great friend. You know the right words to say and when to say them.

      God bless you, my dear and talented writer friend.

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      Faith Reaper 

      3 years ago from southern USA

      Hahaha ... so funny, Kenneth. I love your humor, but which also speaks volumes of truth, sadly!

      The images are great as they really do tell the truth just by the expression on their faces.

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      Bronwen Scott-Branagan 

      3 years ago from Victoria, Australia

      Interesting.

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      Emmyboy 

      3 years ago from Nigeria

      Ha ha ha...women! Funny indeed.

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      dashingscorpio 

      3 years ago

      I agree women are very competitive with one another. Whenever People Magazine spots two female celebrities wearing similar outfits they post a picture with the following caption: "Who wore it best?"

      Prior to most award shows there is a "red carpet" stroll designed to give women the opportunity comment on the gowns, outfits, hair, shoes, and jewelry of other women.

      I've seen average to heavy women automatically slam women who were fit and petite by calling them "bimbo" without having ever spoken to them. In other instances they refer to themselves as being "real women" as if the say those who don't wear their size are NOT "real women".

      The "other woman" is always a "B" even if she did not know the man she's seeing is married or in a relationship.

      I've known some women openly admit they'd rather associate with men then be around women. "All my friends are men." That always sounds scary to men. :)

      Last but not least some women blame other women for the way men behave or the reason why men are reluctant to commit and get married. They look down on women who believe they can have the sexual attitudes as men. There is no "sisterhood" or "gender unity". A woman will call another woman a "slut" in a heartbeat! Where as men don't attack other men for their sexual behavior. Women look down on (both) men and women who promiscuous. What would become of the "double standard" if women didn't slam other women? Competition is fierce!

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      Kiss andTales 

      3 years ago

      Great hub again! If you did not know or was unsure of another's intention as a woman ! This hub would be a real eye opener! As written in the scriptures ,New World Translation Pr 14:30 A calm heart gives life to the body, But jealousy is rottenness to the bones. Some people have to clean out relationships or baggage the way they do a closet . Just keep it strait that way and you will have no surprises .

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